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IBM PC
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IBM PS/2 type; 8530-002

Given by Michel Soucy
April 2, 1987, IBM introduces the IBM Personal System/2 (PS/2) line, The PS/2 Model 30 uses a 8-MHz 8086.
Also IBM unveils its Multicolor Graphics Array (MCGA) on its PS/2 Model 30.  The MCGA is limited to 64K of memory, limiting 640x480 resolution to just 2 colors, but still allowing 320x200 in 256 colors. 
List price: $2,595.00 (8530-002), $3,495.00 (8530-021)
Manufactured by IBM Corp. 1987 Armonk, NewYork
  • Model 8530
  • SN; NA
  • Intel 8086 (16 bit)
  • Clock speed: 8 Mhz, zero wait states 
  • Socket for optional i8087 math coprocessor 
  • Type of BUS: 8-bit 
  • Total number of expansion slots: 3
  • 2; 3.5 inch (720KB) diskette drives
  • PS/2 keyboard, PS/2 mouse, serial, parallel, video
  • RAM; 640kb
  • RAM: DRAM (MMK) 100-150ns w. parity.
  • ROM: 40 or 64kb w. MS BASIC-80 
  • Hard disk Size: 3.5 inch half-height Capacity: Optional 20MB 80ms or 20MB 38ms 
  • Power supply: 70w with internal sensing, for  worldwide usage.
  • Weight: 8 kg (17.5 lbs)
  • Dimensions (HxWxD): (102 x 406 x 397mm)

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